Clark & Pougnaud
This fascinating French duo, Clark and Pougnaud, have created numerous bodies of work that are surreal, reminiscent of Hopper and Hockney, and stage sets of a bygone era.
“Our pictures evoke solitude, which inhabits any human being confronted to life. It looks like a frozen instant of isolation, no matter how many people appear in the picture. Atmospheres are essentials. We take the models round make believe miniatures worlds. Each time a personage is performing a slice of life.”
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